I recently received a small business loan because my business is expanding. What other services can you provide?

If you have been in business at least one year, check with your local SBA office about the Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training (WNET). This program was launched in 1990 and was designed to match successful women business owners with newer women business owners to share their experiences and expand the network for women business owners. You may also investigate organizations in your community, such as the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), National Association of Female Executives (NAFE), and the Business and Professional Women (BPW). Your Chamber of Commerce may also be able to identify programs of interest and services available in the area.

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